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years at many different park service units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be able to have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. melissa: we've got breaking news right now. adam shapiro in the newsroom with it. adam. >> this is the latest on emergency landing that an aircraft carrying ann romney, the wife of presidential candidate mitt romney along with five staffers, two secret service agents and the pilots on board the plane made an emergency landing just outside of denver. apparently is a challenger aircraft. it seats 10, not including the pilot and copilot. there was smoke in the cabin 10 minutes before the emergency landing in denver. ann romney's spokesperson, sarah hayley said the smoke stung their eyes. it appears to come from a electrical cause. but that is not confirmed. everybody is reportedly fiber-optic according to fox news channel's carl cameron, but again, it was a flight from omaha to louisiana. 10 people o
. >> it is interesting. houston brought us the moon. in the future we're going to bring the united states and the world mars. humans on mars. it is an amazing thing. melissa: how far away is that? >> we're out there in the 200 time frame. melissa: really? >> we're moving forward taking stepping stones approach we did in the 1960s. that decade we used step by step moving towards the moon. we'll do the same thing moving towards mars. melissa: to some extent it seems like americans have lost their fascination with space. you know, it is not right at the forefront of everyone's minds any longer. how do you bring that spirit back? it is alive and well in houston but i don't think the rest of the count try. >> it was great to see the excitement around the shuttle. melissa: that's true. >> inspiration is with young people. more applicants, second largest group of applicants for the next astronaut class than there's ever been. melissa: yeah. >> so i think students are still inspired by space. the outpouring around the passing away of neil armstrong and sally ride, we mourned that but just demonstrates i think
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